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Bright Shining as the Sun

Infused with the spirit of the black church, the Democrats became the party of optimism.

Clinton Leads in the First Poll Conducted After the DNC

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The Juice

A Waste of Green Energy

What good is renewable power if it can’t reach the people who want to use it?

The Ladder

Toward a Unified Theory of the Office Kitchen

It’s where we acknowledge our humanity, for better and for worse.

Why Renewable Power Can Still Be Wasteful

The Best and Worst of Human Nature Are on Display in the Office Kitchen

You Don’t Need to Freak Out About the Classified Briefings Trump Is About to Get

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